INDIANAPOLIS, IN - JANUARY 31: (L-R) NBC Cris Collinsworth, Rodney Harrison, Michele Tafoya, Al Michaels, Bob Costas, Tony Dungy, Peter King and Dan Patrick pose for a group photo during the Super Bowl XLVI Broadcasters Press Conference at the Super Bowl XLVI Media Canter in the J.W. Marriott Indianapolis on January 31, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
There will be 26 NFL teams kicking off their respective regular seasons on Sunday and the Cincinnati Bengals aren't one of them. In fact this will be your last Sunday without a Cincinnati Bengals game until October 28, with the team playing six consecutive Sunday afternoon contests following Monday night's regular season opener until their week eight bye week.
So enjoy it. If you're in the Cincinnati market then you'll have four games available to you (unless you brag about your NFL Ticket prowess... jerk).
|Colts at Bears||Sunday, Sept 9||1:00 PM||CBS||Greg Gumbel, Dan Deirdorf|
|Eagles at Browns||Sunday, Sept 9||1:00 PM||FOX||Dick Stockton, John Lynch|
|49ers at Packers||Sunday, Sept 9||4:25 PM||FOX||Joe Buck, Troy Aikman|
|Steelers at Broncos||Sunday, Sept 9||8:20 PM||NBC||Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth|
Personally I'll probably focus on the Colts/Browns so we can get an early preview on next week's opponents before we go into national game mode with the 49ers/Packers and Steelers/Broncos.
We'll have an open thread on all of the day's action kicking off at noon.